1. Using your words, what was the research question and objective(s) of the study?
2. Was the purpose of the study conveyed plainly and rationally?
3. Were the objectives of the study clearly stated?
4. Based on what we have discussed in Biopsychology, wh
Loida's parents separated when she was still young. Although she grew up in a
wealthy household, she felt neglected. So she promised herself to become
independent and successful. This led her to "save" up money and some valuable
possessions which didn
Term 1, SY 13-14
THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
Independent Reading Output Guidelines
Frankl, V. (1992). Mans search for meaning. Boston, MA: Beacon.
Thought Paper (20 points)
Part I. Discuss what Viktor Frankls view of perso
I. Title Page
a. The Effects of Audio and Visual Advertisements on Selective Attention
b. Thomas Bienvenida, Christine Jane Benzon, Jan Danielle Rey, Micah Riezel Co
II. Introduction (1 paragraph)
The literary review is all about the effect of audio an
The term object permanence simply describes the childs ability to tell
that objects exist independently. The object continues to exist even if it is
not in sight. Object permanence is under the Sensorimotor Stage, where it
Attention is the process of enabling us to focus on a particular stimulus while at the same time
disregarding other stimuli. To learn anything through observation, an individual must first pay attention
to the model. For example, a person at a d
What is PHStat2?
PHStat2 is software that makes operating Microsoft Excel as distraction-free as possible. As a student
studying statistics, you can focus solely on mastering statistics now and not worry about having to
become an expert user
Theory of Multiple Intelligences
Microsoft Encarta 2009. 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
The theory of multiples intelligences was suggested by Howard Gardner in 1983 in hi
STATISTICA Product Overview
StatSoft's flagship product line is the STATISTICA suite of analytics software products and solutions.
STATISTICA provides the most comprehensive array of data analysis, data management, data
visualization, and data mining proc
1. Our group has chosen to use Individual psychology to explain the experiences of
Loida and Liza. Individual psychology is a theory proposed by Alfred Adler that
shapes an individual into the situation or environment he/she is in. Principles
strives for superiority
sees problems and
improve the self.
and strive for superiority
height , weight, h
Review of General Psychology
2005, Vol. 9, No. 3, 203213
Copyright 2005 by the Educational Publishing Foundation
1089-2680/05/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/1089-26126.96.36.199
Shared Virtue: The Convergence of Valued Human Strengths
Across Culture and History
The Fully Functioning Person (going towards
openness to experience - open to possibilities; embraces
human experiences such as love, pain, suffering, forgiveness,
existential living - every experience is a new experience a
process of coming
process of coming
up with a judgment
DELETE RESPONDENTS WHO TESTED POORLY
ON VALIDATION ITEMS
Validation Items - items designed to detect
whether or not a respondent is responding to
the items properly as theoretically expected.
Types of Validation Items
As a test developer, your work be more
than just work.
Your work will be a professional practice .
based on the fact that the tests you will develop
may have significant implications in the life of
For this reason, ethical standards mu
Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, Vol. 4, No. 4, 421 433.
Life Satisfaction and Student
JOSEPH C. RODE
MARNE L. ARTHAUD-DAY
CHRISTINE H. MOONEY
JANET P. NEAR
TIMOTHY T. BALDWIN
Process and Accuracy
Interpretation basic element of clinical judgement; making decisions
base from the data
A. The Theoretical Framework conceptualizing clinical problems
B. Viewing the data as a Sample, Sign or a Correlate
Eight Steps Toward a More Satisfying Life
By Sonja Lyubomirsky
1. Count your blessings.
One way to do this is with a gratitude journal in
which you write down three to five things for which
you are currently thankfulfrom the mundane (your
peonies are in b
1. Appreciation of Beauty & Excellence
Noticing and appreciating beauty, excellence, and/or skilled performance in various
domains of life, from nature to art to mathematics to science to everyday experience.
Valuing close relations with
1. Pagpapahalaga sa kagandahan at kagalingan
Napapansin at pinahahalagahan mo ang kagandahan, kagalingan, at ang kahusayan sa
paggawa sa bawat aspeto ng buhay, mula sa kapaligiran sining, matematika, siyensya,
pati na rin sa mga pang-araw-araw n
Psyche = Soul
Therapeutikos = caring for
Psyche + therapeutikos = caring
for anothers soul
WHAT IS PSYCHOTHERAPY
What words do you associate with it?
the informed and intentional
application of cl
Journal of College & Character
VOLUME X, NO. 4, April 2009
Character Strengths: Research and Practice
Nansook Park, University of Rhode Island
Christopher Peterson, University of Michigan1
Character strengths are the foundatio
Fate, Destiny, and You
u erstanding the importance of free will
' outing the three big challenges to freedom
ounting some of the wildest stories of my file
GODS ARCHETYPE: ANIMUS
ZEUS: God of the Sky and Olympus
King of the gods; supreme ruler
Associated with justice
Son of Cronus and Rhea (belonged to Titans)
Zeus, Poseidon and Hades defeated Father and they rules the sky, s
WHAT IS A TEST?
WHAT IS A TEST?
A test is a measurement device (a tool, a
technique) and/or a procedure used to:
a) quantify behavior or
b) aid in understanding and predicting behavior
A test is a series of questions on the basis
on which some information
Journal of Applied Psychology
1996, Vol. 81, No. 4, 411-420
Copyright 1996 by the American Psychological Association, Inc.
Relationships of Job and Family Involvement, Family Social Support,
and Work-Family Conflict With Job and Life Sa
Nomothetic - search for
dimensions of individual
or group differences;
usually involves statistical
comparison of individual
Idiographic - (description
of one) focus on a
Give me any child and I can turn him to
anyone I want him to be
Systematic Desensitization Salter (1949) and Wolpe
the person is engaged in some type of relaxation
exercise and gradually exposed
THE RESEARCH PARADIGM
BEHIND TEST CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES
theories of psychometrics